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1 0 0 Marine Rifle Squad Table of Contents Chapter. Organization and Armament Paragraph 00 Mission - 00 Organization - 00 Weapons - 00 Duties of Individuals - 00 Fire Support - Chapter. Technique of Fire Section I. Introduction 0 General - 0 Training - Section II. Range Determination Importance and Methods - Estimation by Eye - Five -Degree Method - Observation of Fire - Section III. Rifle and Automatic Rifle Fire and Its Effect 0 General - 0 Trajectory - 0 Cone of Fire - 0 Beaten Zone - 0 Classes of Fire - 0 Effects of Rifle Fire - 0 Rates of Fire - TOC -

2 0 0 Section IV. M- Grenade Launcher 0 General - 0 Employment - 0 Trajectory - 0 Firing Positions - 0 Methods of Firing - 0 Effect of Grenade Launcher Fire - Section V. Fire Commands 0 Purpose and Importance - 0 Elements - 0 Alert - 0 Direction - 0 Target Description - 0 Range - 0 Target Assignment - 0 Fire Control - 0 Signals - 0 Delivery of Fire Commnads - Subsequent Fire Commands - Section Vl. Application of Fire 0 General - 0 Types of Unit Fire - 0 Fire Delivery - 0 Reduced Visibility Firing - 0 Rate of Fire - 0 Fire Control and Fire Discipline - Chapter. Combat Formations and Signals Section I. Combat Formations 0 General - 0 Basic Combat Formations - 0 Changing Formations (Battle Drill) - Section II. Signals General - Whistle - Special - TOC -

3 0 0 Arm and Hand - Chapter. Offensive Combat Section I. General 0 Purpose - 0 Offensive Combat Events - Section II. Preparation General - Movement to the Assembly Area - Final Preparations in the Assembly Area - Movement to the Line of Departure - Special Situation - Section III. Conduct General - Movement From the Line of Departure - to the Assault Position Movement from the Assault Position - Through the Objective Section IV. Exploitation Phase 0 Exploitation - 0 Consolidation - 0 Reorganization - 0 Enemy Counterattack - Section V. Night Attack 0 General - 0 Tactical Control Measures - 0 Security Patrols - 0 Preparation for the Night Attack - 0 Conduct Phase of the Night Attack - 0 Consolidation and Reorganization of the Night Attack - Section Vl. Infiltration 0 General - 0 Planning and Preparation - 0 Conduct of the Attack by Infiltration - TOC -

4 0 0 Chapter. Defensive Combat Section I. General 0 Purpose - 0 Mission - 0 Definitions - 0 Defense Planning Considerations - 0 Defensive Missions of the Squad - 0 The Fire Team in the Defense - 0 The Rifle Squad in the Defense - Section II. Defensive Procedures Troop Leading Procedures in the Defense -0 Squad Plan of Defense -0 Squad Security - Organization of the Ground - Squad Defense Order - Conduct of the Defense - Defense Against Mechanized Attack - Movement to Supplementary Fighting Positions - Local Security for Platoons and Companies - 0 Security Forces - Chapter. Amphibious Operations 00 Introdiction - 00 Preembarkation - 00 Duties Aboard Ship - 00 Debarkation - 00 Movement From Ship To Shore - 00 Amphibious Assault - Chapter. Helicopter borne Operations 00 Introduction - 00 Concept of Employment - 00 Basic Definitions - 00 Helicopterborne Operations Training - 00 Conduct of the Helicopterborne Assault - Chapter. Patrolling TOC -

5 0 0 Section I. Patrol Organization 0 General - 0 General Organization - 0 Special Organization - 0 Task Organization - Section II. Patrol Preparations Mission - Platoon Commander's Responsibilities - Patrol Leader's Preparation - BAMCIS - Study the Mission - Plan Use of Time - Study the Terrain and Situation - Organize the Patrol - Select Men, Weapons, and Equipment - Issue the Warning Order - 0 Coordinate (Continuous Throughout) - Make Reconnaisance - Complete Detailed Plans - Issue Patrol Order - Supervise (Continuous), Inspect, Rehearse, - and Reinspect Section III. Conduct of Patrols Formation and Order of Movement - Departure and Reentry to Friendly Lines/Areas - Exercise of Control - Navigation - Security - Movementy Control Measures - Actions at Danger Areas - Immediate Actions Upon Contact With the Enemy - Section IV. Reconnaissance Patrols 0 General - 0 Missions - 0 Types of Reconnaisance - TOC -

6 0 0 0 Task Organization of Resistance Patrols - 0 Equipment - 0 Actions at the Objectice - Section V. Combat Patrols 0 General - 0 Types of Combat Patrols and Their Missions - 0 Task Organization of Combat Patrols - 0 Equipment - 0 Contact Patrols - 0 Ambush Patrols - 0 Security Patrols - Section Vl. Information and Reports 0 General - 0 Sending Information - 0 Captured Documents - 0 Patrol Report - 0 Patrol Critique - Chapter. Other Tactics and Techniques Section I. Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain 0 General - 0 Principles - 0 MOUT Specific Techniques - 0 Night Operations - 0 Offense - 0 Defense - 0 Urban Patrolling - 0 Employment of Designated Marksmen - 0 Combined Arms - Section II. Attack of Fortified Areas General - Squad Assigned Mission of Penetrating a Strong Point - Section III. Tank-Infantry Coordination General - Tank Capabilities and Limitations - TOC -

7 0 Tank and Infantry Teamwork -0 Section IV. Mine Warfare and Demolitions 0 Mine Warfare - 0 Demolitions - Section V. Nuclear and Chemical Defense 0 Introduction to Nuclear Defense - 0 Chemical Defense - Section Vl. Counter-Insurgency Operations 0 General - 0 Characteristics - 0 Indoctrination for the Squad - 0 Establishing a Patrol Base - 0 Establishment of Control Over Civil Populace - 0 Patrol Operation Against Insurgents - 0 Offensive Action Against Insurgents - 0 Cordon and Search -0 0 Attacking Insurgent Houses - Appendixes: A Military Symbols A-l B Method of Challenging by Sentries B-l C Troop Leading Procedures C-l D Estimate of the Situation D-l E Squad FiveParagraph Order E-l F Reporting Information F-l G Handling Prisoners of War G-l H Cover, Concealment, and Camouflage H-l I Glossary I- J References J- Index Index- TOC -

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